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Cohiba Genios

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Origin:CubaManufactured: Hand Made

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Review #57: A wonderful cigar. Enjoyed one yesterday afternoon whilst shooting. A unique smooth yet rich flavour, full of chocolate and espresso. Slight spice on the lips. On the nose it reminds me of a very rich Hot Belgian Chocolate sauce if that makes sense. Not a huge amount of evolution throughout the cigar,it gradually increases in strength with more dark chocolate/espresso in the last 3rd. My only issue was a slightly uneven burn-could because I was outside shooting on a lovely cold afternoon, and that the last 2" struggled to stay light and got bitter and slightly overpowering as I tried to keep some life in there! All in all one of my favourites and definitely one for a special occasion. - Submitted by tomothebuilder on November 24, 2011

Review #56: DEC 08 Price aside, this oily little beauty takes a bit of beating. Just got another box of 25, which I'll keep for a good long time. And by the way Ilijat - happy new year and happy puffing dude! - Submitted by baobab on January 24, 2011

Review #55: SEP 08 Here goes my friend baobab with Sublimes and i totaly agree!But lets not mess this rewiev with that,lol! I am not a very big fan of Cohibas because they have a much bigger price comparing to other and it is totaly bullshit,just compare siglo 6 with monte sublimes and you will see that siglo is much more expensive and it can never stand to be compared with monte sublimes. So Cohiba is always being sold as exclusive one but not always live up to be like it compare with other cubans. I'm not the one who has the lack of money,but also not the one who wants to feel screewed. So as not being the one who likes Cohiba,with more than one reason that i mentioned, i have to say that this one is really good.You wont be feeling screewed if you pay few euros more for this one. So,as for someone who doesent likes Cohiba i must repeat myself and say that this one is an excelent cigar. Regards brothers aficionados - Submitted by ilijat on December 19, 2010

Review #54: SEP 08 This is one really nice smoke: cocoa, smooth as a gigolo and that great maduro aroma to boot. Until now, my favourite stogie was the Monte Sublimes. It still might be - but this baby is right up there with it. 9.5 from me. - Submitted by baobab on October 5, 2010

Review #53: ---   FEB2010 Oily dark chocolate wrapper. Smooth, creamy and delicious. My smoking buds don't seem to appreciate this one as much as I do, but to each their own. Open the box, and bask in the glorious smell that hits you, while you read the Maduro5 story. The middle is where the chocolate, honey, and carmel come out more, and the last half is more chocolate, more carmel, creamy and sweet. Perfect draw, big smoke, awesome burn, but needs some attention or she goes out in the last half. One of the nicest boxes out there, black and gold really show you right away how special these are. The only Cohibas that are better in my opinion, are the Sublimes or the Behikes. 9.2 baby. - Submitted by rasta on October 3, 2010

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